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in the state head to the polls on november fifth. we're the biggest economy in the world.and some say, the most powerful. but a new study says we americans fall short on gender equality. zain asher has the story. forget the battle of men versus women. it's the u-s versus the world. and we're not doing too well when it comes to gender equality. the world economic forum looked at where men and women are most equal, and ranked 136 countries. number one? iceland. followed by other nordic countries like finland, norway, and sweden. but if you're looking for the u-s, we're not even in the top ten. nicaragua is ahead of us. so is cuba. the u-s doesn't even make the top twenty. to find us, you have to go all the way down number 23. last year, the u-s was number 22. so we've dropped. the u-s gets high marks for economic opportunity. specifically, there are more women in the work force, and pay is better than in other countries. the u-s also scores high on education for women. but the country falls short when it comes to politics. out of the 535 seats in congress, women hold only 98 of them. and of cours
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